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Wasp's Nest

Ridding Your Home of Flying Pests

From common flies to birds and bees, flying pests are incredibly frustrating to deal with in your home or business. That's why, in addition to crawling pest removal, Bug Boss also provides a variety of services designed to keep your environment free from flying insects, birds, and more.




These ant-like flying insects feed primarily on wood, making them a common plague of homes throughout the Jersey City area. Attracted to humid climates, termites typically build mounds in local houses and commercial structures, feasting on wood and leaving your building's wooden structural and surface components vulnerable.



This common name actually refers to a variety of insects, including the housefly, gnat, midge, mosquito, and tsetse fly. Though species vary, many fly types are directly harmful to humans, with species like the horsefly and mosquito feeding on blood and others carrying disease and destroying crops.



A subcategory of true flies (found in the order Diptera), these small insects are tiny, but just as frustrating to have in your home as their larger counterparts. Flying in large numbers, both biting and non-biting gnats are found in homes and commercial establishments throughout the local area.



With over 11,000 species around the world, bats are a common problem for folks throughout the US. Known for their loyalty to their birthplaces, bats often roost in local buildings, returning at multiple times throughout the year. And with a lengthy lifespan of up to 30 years, they've become a common sight along the East Coast.



These bipedal animals feed on a variety of sources—from plants to other pests—and infest homes and business year-round. With wings and hollow bones that allow them to stay aloft, these flying pests are difficult to trap on your own, but easy to remove with the help of an animal control expert.



Flying insects of the Apoidea superfamily, bees are closely related to both wasps and ants. Known for their crucial role in flower pollination, bees are important for the environment, but very much unwanted—and potentially dangerous—in indoor spaces.



Closely related to grasshoppers, these unique insects have flattened bodies and long antennae. These pests are recognized by their signature chirping noises, which they produce by rubbing their wings together to communicate with one another.



These wide-ranging class of insects includes:

  • Sawflies
  • Parasitic Wasps
  • Stinging Wasps (Most Common)